Chocolate Tiffin Fridge Cake

Things have been crazy recently! I’ve been having so much fun over the Christmas holidays, and it seems as if absolutely everything I’ve been posting recently have been sweet treats and desserts, due to the mass amount of parties and get-togethers that happen around this time of year… Well, to keep up the theme, I made chocolate tiffin cake this morning for a dessert to bring round to my friend’s house this evening for a little dinner party! A big group of us are getting together and exchanging our secret Santa presents, then having some dinner, and we’re all bringing something with us – I thought chocolate tiffin would be a good choice seeing as I’ve made it before and everyone really likes it, also you can cut it into little pieces to make sure that everyone gets at least two slices (after all, I much prefer having two small desserts to one big one, feels much more satisfying!)

I would definitely recommend that you try making this dessert as it’s so easy to make, and there’s no baking required, just sling it in the fridge for a few hours and you’re good to go!

Chocolate Tiffin

Chocolate Tiffin


250g of vegan digestive biscuits, crushed (Sainsburys basics ones are vegan)

200g of vegan margarine

4 rounded tablespoons of golden syrup

1 tablespoon of cocoa powder

100g of raisins

1 teaspoon of cinnamon

About 300g of dark chocolate

  1. Melt the margarine, golden syrup, cinnamon and cocoa powder until smooth. Take off the heat and tip in the crushed biscuits and raisins, then mix well until all combined.
  2. Pour into a greased baking tray, then leave until cool.
  3. Melt the dark chocolate, then pour over the top – leave until completely set before cutting.

Serves 9-12 depending on how large your slices are.


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